Dave Duncan

Cards pitching coach Dave Duncan visits the mound during a 2011 season game (Getty/Jeff Curry)

Cardinals Hot Stove League Show: Former Pitching Coach Dave Duncan, Mike Matheny, USA Today’s Bob Nightengale. Mike Shannon, & John Rooney

Dave Duncan talks about his new role as a pitching consultant with the Arizona Diamondbacks and his friend Tony La Russa getting the call from the Hall of Fame.


Cards pitching coach Dave Duncan visits the mound during a 2011 season game (Getty/Jeff Curry)

Dave Duncan Joining Diamondbacks

Former Cards pitching coach will be a pitching consultant & special assistant to Arizona GM


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The Sports Hub: Dave Duncan and Jim Thomas

Jim Thomas, St. Louis Post Dispatch and KMOX Rams insider joined Scott Warmann to talk about Rams defensive coordinator search, Titus Young, Danny Amendola, and more. Dave Duncan, former Cardinals pitching coach joined Tom Ackerman […]


Carlos Beltran #3, Matt Holliday #7 and Jon Jay #19 of the St. Louis Cardinals celebrate after the game against the Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ball Park on April 9, 2012 in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Cardinals defeated the Reds 7-1. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

New Look Cardinals Clicking as They Return Home

The Cardinals lead the National League with a .301 average and their 12 home runs, 37 runs and .371 on-base percentage were the best in baseball through Wednesday’s games.


St. Louis Cardinals pitching coach Dave Duncan (R) talks with starting pitcher Kyle McClellan. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

JACOBER: Duncan Belongs In Cooperstown

There is no rule that a coach cannot be inducted into Cooperstown. But none have. Dave Duncan should break that barrier.


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Sports Open Line: Mike Matheny, Derek Lilliquist, NFL & College Football

Cardinals’ pitching coach, Dave Duncan, has announced that he will be taking an indefinite leave from the team to help his wife, who is battling cancer. Bullpen coach, Derek Lilliquist, will be taking over. Derek joins the show to talk about this promotion, and how this will pertain to the team. Also discussing this matter is head coach, Mike Matheny. Switching over to football, play-by-play announcer for CBS, Kevin Harlan, joins Sports Open Line to talk about the Steelers vs Broncos game on Sunday. CBS sports’ journalist, Tony Barnhart and also known as “Mr. College Football”, dives into upcoming National Championship game on Monday. To top off Sports Open Line, former big league pitcher Matt Whiteside, shares his thoughts on the big coaching changes with the Cardinals.

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Acting pitching coach Derek Lilliquist #36 of the St. Louis Cardinals looks on from the dugout against the Milwaukee Brewers at Busch Stadium on September 5, 2011. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)

Cards Promote Lilliquist To Pitching Coach

Minor league pitching instructor Dyar Miller becomes St. Louis bullpen coach.


St. Louis Cardinals pitching coach Dave Duncan (sitting) and manager Tony La Russa watch their team take on the Arizona Diamondbacks at Busch Stadium in St. Louis on July 10, 2011.   UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Cardinals Duncan Taking Leave of Absence

Duncan had missed time in the second half of the 2011 regular season. No time-table has been determined for his return to the team.


Bench coach Joe Pettini bends over to look out of the dugout as hail begins to fall at Busch Stadium in St. Louis on April 19, 2011. Severe weather with thunderstorms, hail and strong winds, postponed a scheduled game between the Washington Nationals and the St. Louis Cardinals. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Cardinals Set Coaching Staff

Returning to the staff are pitching Dave Duncan, third base coach Jose Qquendo, bullpen coach Derek Lilliquist, and hitting coach Mark McGwire.


Sports Hub- Dave Duncan, Charlie Casserly

Dave Duncan Kerbs talks to Cardinals hitting coach Dave Duncan about the teams winning season and LaRussa’s departure. Charlie Casserly Kerbs talks to former General Manager of the Washington Redskins, Charlie Casserly, on what the […]



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